Private Equity Executive Pays $52 Million for New York Mansion

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Private Equity Executive Pays $52 Million for New York Mansion

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Joshua Harris, co-founder of private equity firm Apollo Global Management, has purchased a 100-year-old mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for $52 million.

Though the property first listed for $72 million in 2016, the sale still represents the second highest price ever paid for a New York City residential townhouse, according to agent Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens. Financier J. Christopher Flowers paid $53 million for the Harkness mansion on East 75th Street in 2006, setting the current record, according to…

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